Is Yamaha Vmax snowmobile 4 stroke?

Is Yamaha Vmax snowmobile 4 stroke?

Is Yamaha Vmax snowmobile 4 stroke?

American Snowmobiler named the Yamaha Vmax-4 “Sled of the Year for 1992.” It was as subtle as a 400-lb. fullback pounding through a Pop Warner football league defensive line. The Vmax-4 was broad, giving room to an inline 4-cylinder 2-stroke that sat low in the engine bay.

What was the last year for the Yamaha Vmax for snowmobile?

Like a few sled models Yamaha produced, they awkwardly left the best for last. 1997 was the final production year of the Vmax-4 and it featured exactly what it probably always should have; about 12 inches of suspension travel in back, a nicer seat, and the hydraulic Nissin brake everyone had hoped for.

How much does a Yamaha Vmax snowmobile weight?

Weighing 505 pounds, the Vmax measured 109.4 inches in length, 47.2 inches in width, and 48.4 inches in height. It had a gas tank capacity of 12 gallons and an oil tank capacity of 3.2 quarts. The snowmobile track measured 121 inches in length, 15 inches in width, and 1 inch in height.

What is the highest horsepower snowmobile?

The most powerful stock snowmobile currently available is the Arctic Cat ZR Thundercat which has an impressive 211 horsepower.

Did Yamaha make a 4 cylinder snowmobile?

Moving ahead to this century, Yamaha remains the only snowmobile manufacturer to ever produce a four-cylinder four-stroke in a high-performance snowmobile, the 2015 Apex series.

What year did 4-stroke snowmobiles come out?

In 2001, Arctic Cat had the first modern 4-stroke sled on the market.

Who makes Yamaha snowmobile engines?

Arctic Cat
Arctic Cat initially entered into an agreement to purchase the Yamaha 123cc 4-stroke engines for their youth snowmobile in 2009. This agreement has now been expanded to include select 4-stroke engines from Yamaha.

What’s new on the 1992 vmax-4 snowmobile?

But there’s more to the 1992 Vmax-4 than the new powerplant, much more. One industry-first (for a production snowmobile) is the new top-cog V-belt. A new track with deep-grooved lugs provides unequalled traction. The Vmax also comes with new aluminum skis with plastic bottoms for better traction. There’s more! .

What kind of engine does a Yamaha Vmax 4 have?

Yamaha Vmax Engine Specifications. The Yamaha Vmax-4, caused quite a stir when it was released onto the market in 1992, with its two-stroke, four-cylinder engine. With 791 cc, the top of the range Vmax-4 800 ST produces 1,500 rpm when idle, 3,400 engagement rpms and 8,350 shift rpm.

What was the 1992 snowmobile of the year?

Snow Goer’s 1992 Snowmobile Of The Year: Yamaha Vmax-4 With all of the hoopla and talk surrounding the Vmax-4 this season, it probably comes as no surprise that we’ve named it our 1992 Snowmobile of the Year. People have been telling us for months: “The Vmax is a cinch to win your award.”

Is the Yamaha vmax-4 the most expensive Trail sled in sport?

It’s easy to say, however, that the Vmax-4 isn’t for everyone. The revolutionary (seems we used that word way back in 1984 to describe another unique Yamaha vehicle called the Phazer) Vmax-4 retails for $8,500, making it far and away the most expensive consumer trail sled in the sport.